Brooklyn Woman Shot in Head
Police are looking for a woman accused of shooting a Brooklyn woman in her head. The incident occurred Monday, June 27, in a nail salon. The woman, dressed in a black long-sleeve shirt, approached her and pulled out a gun from behind. According to police, she then shot the woman in her head at point blank range. While the police are unsure of her motive, the victim’s family says that the suspect followed the woman from a funeral in the neighborhood.
According to police, the incident occurred near a primary school and a playground. When officers arrived, they found a 20-year-old woman unconscious with a gunshot wound to the head. She was taken to the Metropolitan Hospital nearby, where she later succumbed to her injuries. The suspect fled on foot, heading eastbound on East 95th Street. As of yet, no arrests have been made. However, the case remains under investigation and will likely continue to receive updates.
The dismembered torso was discovered outside of a pawnshop in Brooklyn, New York. The surveillance footage allowed police to identify the missing woman as well as her suspected killer. The woman who disposed of the torso knew the victim and the person who dismembered her. Afterward, she was asked to dispose of the body, but she didn’t know the woman’s dismembered torso until she saw the body. She didn’t know that the torso she had dismembered was hers. According to NYPD sources, the torso wasn’t the one that was missing.
Police believe the victim of the homicide is the mother. She was temporarily staying in a women’s shelter at the time she was shot in her head. The assailant approached her while she was pushing a stroller. The man in black sweatpants shot the woman in her head. He then fled on foot, along 95th Street. According to police, the shooter was wearing black sweatpants.
A Brooklyn man has been sentenced twice for the murder of a woman. He was twice jailed for the murders of his girlfriends. After serving his time, he was released from prison in 2019. But his criminal history makes it difficult to find him anywhere else. Marcelin killed the woman’s two other girlfriends as well. Marcelin has been on bail since the last two years.
The suspect’s identity was revealed when the victim’s torso was found on a street, two blocks away. The victim’s torso was wrapped in a multicolored bag and a floral decal. The body was then wrapped in black garbage bags. Residents living in the area are not safe, even though the motive behind the crime remains unknown. The suspect has been convicted and is currently on lifetime parole.